Posts Tagged ‘government’

SOURCE: Browne, Rolling Stone Online Article, ” Record Biz Braces for Legal Battles Over Copyright Law” <http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/record-biz-braces-for-legal-battles-over-copyright-law-20110902&gt;. Over the summer, one of the music industry issues I tried to stay abreast of was the debate revolving around copyright termination rights and the desire to clarify the copyright laws. ┬áMy interest, however, lies more on the […]


This guest blog post in the Washington Post book review (!) discussing the author’s stance on net neutrality regulations is a mashup of cultural and economic theories that precisely illustrates the growing tensions between the 20th century media policy landscape, and the 21st century post-convergence frontier. It’s like we’re all using the same words to […]


State governments in the US are finally realizing that tax incentives for filmmaking in their state may not be exactly the cashflow bonanza they had hoped. “We are still not sure what exactly our tax dollars are being spent on with these films,” said Republican state Sen. Mark Jansen” Some states offer nearly 50% of […]